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Africa, Old Fine Kuba Raffia Cloth - BUSHOONG - Mid 20th century – DR Congo

Africa | Kuba people, DR of Congo | Panel of an Applique Dance Skirt | Raffia

use thin lines to create shapes like this to simulate fading into sharper shapes

Africa | Bark cloth painting by the M'bute Pygmy people living in the Ituri Rain Forest of the Congo | Predominantly from the 1930s | The fabric is a pounded tree bark; the painting was done supposedly with a mixture of gardenia juice and carbon black.

Bark cloth painting people living in the Ituri Rain Forest of the Congo/ from the fabric is a pounded tree bark; the painting was done supposedly with a mixture of gardenia juice and carbon black.

Lotte Frömel-Fochler, Grünfink, 1910 | design: textiles / pattern ...

'Urwald' textile design by Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel, Weiner Werkstatte, 1910

Marine Rug designed by Margo Selby - Hand-knotted

The Marine rug is made from luxury wool and consists of blue, turquoise and lime shades with purples.

Africa | Kuba Skirt Textiles, DR Congo | Kuba skirts, more generally known as Kuba cloth, are identified as the long raffia textiles embellished with embroidery and appliqué made in the Congo (Democratic Republic) of Central Africa

Kuba Skirt Textiles - more generally known as Kuba cloth, long raffia textiles embellished with embroidery and appliqué made in the Congo (Democratic Republic) of Central Africa

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Using the leaf of the raffia tree, the Kuba people of the Congo first hand cut, and then weave the strips of leaf to make pieces of fabric, often called raffia cloth.

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